Examples of caseload in a Sentence
We have a heavy caseload today.
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The Southern District of Texas, which includes federal courts in Houston, Galveston, Corpus Christi and McAllen, also witnessed a significant bump in its patent caseload.
According to a Guttmacher analysis, if Planned Parenthood were excluded from Title X, other Title X providers would have to increase their caseloads by an average of 70 percent in order to pick up the slack.
CollegeBound advisers work hand-in-hand with guidance counselors, allowing them to divvy up more of their caseloads.
Their school counselor has a caseload of 1,200 kids and works at another school as well, Melendez said.
State court statistics from 2017 showed Vanover was the state's busiest family court judge with more than twice the caseload of one judge.
The audit showed that Valdez had a higher-than-normal caseload but fewer of his cases had been forwarded to the district attorney’s office for prosecution.
Louisiana has only one-fifth the number of public defenders needed to properly shoulder the caseload of indigent defendants in the state, according to the results of a study released last year.
The agency linked the increase in child welfare caseloads to the nation’s opioid epidemic, which is ravaging families.
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CASELOAD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of caseload for English Language Learners
: the number or amount of cases handled by a court, social worker, etc.
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